Earthquake Strikes in San Pablo

SAN PABLO (KRON) — A magnitude 2.7 earthquake struck in San Pablo this morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The quake was reported at 7:07 a.m. and was centered a mile north-northwest of central San Pablo and 2 miles north of Richmond, USGS officials said.

The quake did not register on BART Central and no delays or impact on service have been reported.


This is the latest in a string of small earthquakes that has rattled the Bay Area in the past few weeks.

Monday, March 23, two moderate quakes struck in the South Bay.

One, a magnitude 2.7 hit in Morgan Hill, followed by a magnitude 2.9 an hour later.

That one was centered near Saratoga.

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